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When is a three point, overtime defeat a butt-whooping? When a talented team like the Dallas Cowboys get defeated by their arch-rivals. Cue the roaches! All the naysayers and haters have risen from the dead!
KD Drummond and his crew of experts take on the Dallas loss to the Washington team, and break down everything that broke down. They spin it forward to see how the team bounces back against the first place Arizona Cardinals this coming Sunday. Another DeMarco Murray fumble keeps points off the board, while the coaching staff and Tony Romo fail to adjust to Jim Haslett's blitzing nature. To top it off, the defense fell down and couldn't get up.
Blogging The Boys' Joey Ickes drops in along with co-hosts Keith Mullins, Patrik Walker and Cowboys Insider Mike Fisher to drop knowledge on the masses.
Join us on Crunchtime as we bring real sports talk radio to your podcatcher. Let's work!
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Happy New Year! Check out this special Pond Hunter Radio Broadcast "Year in Review Show". 2014 has been an interesting run in the world of ponds and water gardens. 2014 also kicked off the Pond Hunter Radio Broadcast, a show "In The Pursuit Of All Things Aquatic". Join your host Mike Gannon and take a look back at the first 21 episodes that were filled with pond and water garden information and personalities. See you again in 2015!!
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Tonight’s show is kicked off by Pat “Paddy Mike” Curran. The Former 2 time Bellator Featherweight Champion is joining us to talk his path back to the belt and how Daniel Weichel is standing in his way on February 13th. Pat is set to take on Daniel at Bellator 133. We will discuss this fight, his desire to get the belt back, and much more. Don’t miss Pat and make sure to get over to Twitter and follow Pat @PatCurranMMA
Closing the last show of the year is Chris “Real Deal” Beal. Chris has had a great end to his year staying undefeated as a pro and becoming nominated for Knock Out Of The Year, at this years Wolrd MMA Awards. We will talk to with Chris about his year and how blessed he must feel to have had the year he did. We will talk his upcoming fight against Neil Seery, January 24th on UFC on FOX 14. Chris is always a great guest and I wouldn’t expect anything less. Follow Chris on Twitter @RealDealCbeal
As always you can tune in to the show which starts at 7 P.M. PST using the player at the top of this article, and are highly encouraged to call in using the following number to give your thoughts on any topic being discussed. (929) 477-1438.
Follow our Producer Doc Drew @DRU_SD and our Main Host Anton Skoro @FISTtaCUFFRadio. Tune in each and every Sunday for the only MMA Podcast that doesn’t pull punches.
2014 was a year to remember.
It was the year that Black people woke up and began to push back against a system that marginalizes them and a system that supported the wanton murder of Black people by the police. While police have been abusing and murdering Black people for a long time, in 2014, Blacks began to protest after the justice system sat down and supported murder by cop. Black people stood up and launched the longest protest since the 1960s. When Blacks stood up, other people joined the protest—around the nation and around the world. And now, a change must come.
In 2014, hackers became revolutionaries, exposing racists in high places—particularly the film industry, which has been racist for a long time in practice, but has now been exposed for being racist in speech as well. This from an industry that thought it was okay to make a “funny” film about murdering the leader of a sovereign nation. A change must come.
2014 was a year of losses and a year of gains. It was a year of the rich getting richer and the poor getting poorer and a year of people getting tired of getting their asses kicked.
But I know, a change gone come.
On Sunday, December 28, 2014, Join Award-Winning Author Darryl James on “The Bridge Radio” for a discussion of the best and worst of 2014. What were the markers of the year for you? Darryl will be joined by co-hosts Tracy Powell, Dr. John Hamilton, Marcus D. LeGall III and DJ Gates on one of the most intellectually stimulating shows on radio.
Tune in each Sunday at 4PM Pacific Time for "The Bridge," a smarter radio show.
Call in and add your view! (347) 857-2846 to listen LIVE and/or comment!
THE WAY I SEE IT & THE LOVE & HAPPINESS SHOW!!...
THIS SUNDAY Dec. 28th, 2014
EVERY SUNDAY 5:00pm - 8:00pm EST (2:00pm - 5:00pm PST)
Two Great Shows Back-to-Back
Come join The Illustrious Aunt Helen & myself (Mr. DLW) for 3 EXCITING & INFORMATIVE Hours as our Topics include..
** The Golden Ciphers Pamela Hubbard to discuss The Celebration of KWANZA
** The 2014 Year In Review
THEN It's The LOVE & HAPPINESS SHOW
** Mending A Broken Heart (HEALING)
**CALL IN Share Your Thoughts & Comments
This is the show on Blog Talk, that kicked off the whole approach. The Way I See It with Jay King. Jay was the original host and from time to time, he'll pop in and throw in his two cents. Relationships, racial divide, sports, political views. The new host is Darryl L Williams. 347-205-9366 (the # for all the shows here on the JKN) The archives of THE WAY I SEE IT are available in the demand section for Jay King, but now here's TEAM DLW on the JKN.
This is information and education on the serious side. Darryl L Williams shows you LOVE and gives you HAPPINESS. Interviews, music - entermation. (Entertainment & Information). If there is some YOU want to roll your sleeves up and have at it - 347-205-9366. Questions are welcomed, because if you don't ask, how are you going to get the answer? Sometimes opinions may give YOU that extra edge you need to reach your destination. 347-205-9366. And don't feel bad, every time I hear the words Love & Happiness, I can't help but think of Al Green, too -
Steamfunk horror writer, and poet, Valjeanne Jeffers is a semi-finalist for the Rita Dove Poetry Award. Valjeanne's works have been included in several steamfunk collections such as 31 Steamy Days of Mocha, Lunewing, and many anthologies of poetry such as The Ringing Ear: Black Poets Lean South and Drumvoices Revue. Valjeanne is a gradute of Spelman College and member of Carolina African American Writer’s Collective.
Steamfunk: a taking of African/African American culture mixed into the steampunk genre.
Immortal III: Stealer of Souls is the second book Valjeanne has read from here on Avid Reader Nation.
“The old woman laughed out loud, unbuttoned her calico shift and let it fall to her ankles. Annabelle kicked free of it, and pulled the pins from her hair. Naked in the moonlight, she whispered his name…“ They thought it was over. The werewolves Joan, Consuela, José and Mark, fought to save Tundra. Now they sit on Topaz’s High Council where they’re feeding the hungry, tackling race riots, rebuilding their world. But a daemon walks their streets by night. He knows about the little girl with the big secret. He knows all about her mirror and of the ancient evil that’s been awakened. A new war has just begun.
Valjeanne's first reading on The Bonafide Literary Show
Valjeanne Jeffer's Official Website
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Join your party host, Steve, (@YourAyatollah), for LoP Radio's official LIVE and UNCENSORED Monday Night Raw post-show! Steve and this week's special Christmas surprise guest will provide their views on the events of Raw shortly after the show goes off the air.
We already knew going into tonight that our special guest GM would be the Immortal Hulk Ho Ho Hogan, but were there any other surprises in store on this Christmas edition of Raw? We also learned shortly before showtime that we would see a clash between Big Show and Roman Reigns, furthering the issues that they kicked off at the TLC PPV and continued last week. How would that meeting go for the surging Reigns? What would John Cena have to say about last week's loss to Seth Rollins in the cage? Would the Royal Rumble start to take shape this many weeks before the event?
All of those questions and more will be answered as we come to you LIVE and, as usual, quite uncensored. You don't want to miss this one, as you never know just who will stop by or what, exactly, will be said. Please feel free to follow along and provide your comments and views on Twitter via the @'s provided in this post, or by using the hashtag #LOPRadio Also be sure and check out The Late Shift on Facebook for all the latest show announcements and access to our archives!
And hey, happy holidays, guys.
We welcome you to another episode of That Other Sports Show, where the microphones are fuzzy (and so are the hosts after a couple drinks)
Today we give you our Christmas present to you EARLY and everyone loves an early gift! First off, Jesse's back! Secondly, Chris is back! Thirdly, Jay never left and is yet again towing the line!
Fight wekend kicked off on Friday night with the TUF 20 Finale which saw a new Strawweight Champion crowned and tonight we have WSOF 16: Palhares VS FItch for the World Series of Fighting Welterweight title and UFC Fight Night: Dos Santos VS Miocic which will play into some dort of title implications.
The guys will also give their thoughts on the College Football 4-team Playoff (Alabama, Oregon, Florida St. & Ohio St.) as well as their predictions on who will win it all and how.
All of this and usually more on tonights episode, so come on down and enjoy yourselves some good 'ol sports talk.
Logicast regular Jeremiah Beene joins us to discuss the Science of Rioting and how Law Enforcement officials might be working with outdated or false information when dealing with this phenomenon.
Also on tonight's show: Answers in Genesis got its ass kicked in Kentucky and the Torture Report was released.
Logicast is a weekly radio show that airs every Thursday @ 9:00 PM EST. Check us out at www.facebook.com/logicast or follow our channel at www.blogtalkradio.com/logicast and catch up on previous shows.
*The Walrus and the Elephants: John Lennon's Years of Revolution, James A. Mitchell.
In late 1971 John Lennon left London and pop stardom behind and moved to New York City, eager to join a youth movement rallying for social justice and an end to the Vietnam War. Lennon was embraced by radicals and revolutionaries, the hippies and Yippies at odds with the establishment. Settling in Greenwich Village, the former Beatle was soon on the front lines of the antiwar movement, championing causes and inspiring solidarity—and suspicion. Seen as a savior by a generation in need of cultural heroes, Lennon was just as passionately hounded by a government anxious to silence enemies within its borders.The Walrus and the Elephants is told by the unlikely cast of friends, among them the members of Elephant's Memory, who were some of the few who got to know the man behind the Beatle. Exclusive interviews include writer and feminist leader Gloria Steinem; Congressional Black Caucus cofounder Ron Dellums; "Chicago Seven" veteran Rennie Davis; immigration attorney Leon Wildes; and legendary poet-activist John Sinclair, whose imprisonment for marijuana—ten years for two joints—kicked off Lennon's American journey. It was a busy year of making music and controversial TV appearances, allies and enemies. It was a time of great change in America, one that saw the end of the movements of the sixties, the beginning of a new era. The Walrus and the Elephants is a look back at that time and at the John Lennon who joined the revolution, through the eyes of those who dreamed, rallied, and fought alongside him.